CALGARY — The City of Calgary has announced the launch of a new car-sharing program on city roads.
Communauto Flex began operating in Calgary on Thursday with a fleet of 150 vehicles.
Calgary has been without a communal car operation since car2go pulled out its free-floating service in October 2019, simultaneously with several other North American cities.
Officials with car2go told CTV News that its membership grew over its seven years to 143,118 members with a fleet of 600 smart cars and Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
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